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The household trap: report on a field survey of female activity patterns






Tyranny of the household Investigative essays on women' s work: 215-248

The household trap: report on a field survey of female activity patterns

The paper reports on a survey of women's work in a number of villages of Rajasthan and West Bengal, India, which recorded in detail the activity patterns of selected women over the entire day for extended periods during a year.


Accession: 001709716



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